Monthly Archives: August 2016

Beyond Sensibility: New Culture Threatens Regulatory Foundation

Can the existing federal and state environmental regulatory structure provide adequate certainty for energy production given our US climate-change goals? According to conclusions from a recent Texas electric grid-forecasting study, ‘Over the next 20 years, due to the free market alone, ERCOT can expect to see a cleaner grid that relies on Texas-produced natural gas, [...]

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